Nigerian actress and Rivers State Politician, Hilda Dokubo, is in Canada holidaying and the beautiful riversides have pushed her to revealed that if the waters in River State were as beautiful as the ones in Canada she will definitely have been a fisher woman.
Her statement also show that once the coastal state is cleaned up and made attractive with secure fishing boats she will love to spend her leisure time picking periwinkle and hunting stock fish.
“If canoe fine like this why I no go paddle go pick periwinkle, or even cut angala and bring oporoko return sef? Our water just de anyhow…bo make I continue my waka “
Hilda Dokubo was born as the first of six children in Buguma, a town in Asari-Toru, Rivers State where she went on to complete her primary and secondary school education at St Mary State School Aggrey Road and Government Girls Secondary School respectively. She is an alumna of the University of Port Harcourt where she earned her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Theatre Arts.
Dokubo made her screen debut during her youth service in a 1992 film titled Evil Passion. She has since been featured and has produced several Nigerian films. Upon starring in a supporting role in a 2015 film titled Stigma, Dokubo won Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards.